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Livamol Classic 2024 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Melbourne Cup contender ruled out of the Spring

    The dream of competing in this year’s Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) has been shattered for the connections of the reigning New Zealand Horse of the Year, Sharp β€˜N’ Smart. After an uncharacteristically lacklustre performance at the Group 1 Arrowfield Stud Plate (1600m) at Hastings, a subsequent veterinary examination revealed… Read More »

  • Melody Belle completes NZ’s spring triple crown

    Melody Belle has become the first horse to win New Zealand’s spring triple crown at Hastings and staked her claim for the Cox Plate. The mare ran out an easy winner of Saturday’s Livamol Classic over 2040 metres, the same distance as Australasia’s weight-for-age championship in three weeks. Her jockey… Read More »

  • NZ TAB pays out on Melody Belle’s triple crown

    The New Zealand TAB has paid out on champion Melody Belle to win the Hastings Group One triple crown before the final leg has been run. Melody Belle is the short-priced favourite to add Saturday’s Livamol Classic (2040m) to her wins in the Tarzino Trophy and Windsor Park Plate. If… Read More »

  • 2019 Cox Plate still in mix for New Zealand champion

    New Zealand champion Melody Belle has won her eighth Group One race to keep the 2019 Cox Plate in the mix. First the mare will try to win the triple crown at home having taken the first two legs, the Tarzino Trophy and Saturday’s Windsor Park Plate at Hastings. The… Read More »

  • Melody Belle wins second consecutive G1

    Connections will resist the temptation to try to win New Zealand’s Group One spring weight-for-age triple crown with Melody Belle. The mare has won the first two legs, the Tarzino Trophy (1400m) and Saturday’s Windsor Park Plate (1600m) but trainer Jamie Richards says she will not step up to 2040m… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup aim for Ladies First

    Humphrey and Fiona O’Leary have already had a taste of the Melbourne Cup and are looking for more with Ladies First. The Allan Sharrock-trained mare won Saturday’s Group One Auckland Cup (3200m) after a torrid run to foster dreams of Flemington in November. The O’Learys are part-owners of the now… Read More »

  • Caulfield Cup doubt for NZ star

    A star NZ galloper is now in doubt for the Caulfield Cup after rain at Hastings caused the Livamol Classic race day to be called off midway through the program. Gingernuts is unlikely to contest the Caulfield Cup with the key runner missing a run after the biggest meeting on… Read More »

  • Craven Plate option for NZ G1 winner

    New Zealand trainers Donna Logan and Chris Gibbs are keeping their options open with Volkstok’n’barrell who could make a return trip to Sydney if the weather is wet at home. Volkstok’n’barell is scheduled to run in Saturday’s Group One Livamol Classic (2040m) at Hastings but could be diverted to the… Read More »

  • Gingernuts building for Cups campaign

    Gingernuts will have one more Group One start at home in New Zealand before being sent to Australia for a Cups campaign. The winner of the Rosehill Guineas in Sydney in the autumn, Gingernuts won Saturday’s Group One Windsor Park Horlicks Plate (1600m) at Hastings. Te Akau Racing principal David… Read More »

  • Gingernuts begins Caulfield Cup campaign in NZ

    Caulfield Cup contender Gingernuts will begins his campaign in the Group One Tarzino Trophy at Hastings but connections aren’t expecting too much first-up. The New Zealand Derby and Rosehill Guineas winner is expected to have two starts at home before travelling to Australia. “The 1400 metres will be too short… Read More »

  • NZ mare out to book ticket to Melbourne

    New Zealand mare Fanatic will be out to enhance her Caulfield Cup chances when she runs in the Group One Livamol Classic at Hawkes Bay. Her training partners Graeme Sanders and Debbie Sweeney believe Fanatic will improve over the 2040 metres of Saturday’s race after two unplaced runs over 1400… Read More »

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